Me | Rochester, NY Newborn & Family Photographer

Rochester, NY Newborn & Family Photographer | I recently had a mom ask me if she could get a time machine, would I go back in time and take photos of her kids when they were newborns. When my boys were born, I didn’t do posed newborn photography like I do now, and I’ve actually wished the same thing myself. I absolutely love newborn photography. It’s hard. I work up a sweat, I get peed on, and then I spend hours staring at a computer screen making the images perfect. But I also get to know a new family. I get to learn what is important to them and create images that not only capture their little one at her tiniest, but also in a way that blends with their personal style.

All these little details are so important to me that my perfectionist side comes out on full display! If you haven’t seen me at work during a newborn session yet, you can get a peak here… straightening little fingers, smoothing a furrowed brow, making sure these tiny humans are as safe as they are adorable.

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Teale Brown Photography is a Rochester, NY based photographer specializing in newborn and family photography. She also loves to photograph maternity, senior portraits and those special milestones throughout baby’s first year. Teale sets herself apart by delivering not only stunning images, but also a superior customer service experience.

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Teale grew up in the Rochester area and now lives in Fairport, NY with her husband and two little boys. She has been taking pictures since she was old enough to hold a camera and became passionate about capturing the love and chaos of a family as an adult when she fully started to understand that sometimes photographs are all you have left of a moment in time.

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